When two sets of owners of the same painting are brutally murdered, Sam and Dean investigate with the help of an auction house owner's daughter, all while Dean shamelessly tries to pair her with his little brother.

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Melanie Merchant (as Jodelle Micha Ferland)
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Daniel Blake
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Isaiah Merchant
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Ann Telesca
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Mark Telesca
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Josh D. Clark ...
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Sarah Mutch ...
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Barbara Frosch ...
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A young couple is murdered in their home shortly after buying an antique painting of a family portrait circa 1910. Upon reviewing the painting's provenance, Sam and Dean learn that everyone who has ever bought the painting has been murdered and race to discover how the portrait is causing the deaths before it can claim its next victim. Written by Anonymous

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13 April 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When looking at the painting together, Dean (Jensen Ackles) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) "Jared" instead of Sam. He has actually admitted to this on a panel an a convention and said that the editing team missed it, so it is in the episode as the final cut. See more »

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Immediately after Sam repels Melanie Merchant's initial attack, he turns to Sarah Blake, whose hair is strewn across her face in a close-up. This instantly cuts to a long shot and we see that Sarah's hair is no longer covering any part of her face. See more »

Quotes

[as Mark hangs the painting]
Ann: I can't believe we actually bought this thing.
Mark Telesca: There's a reason charity auctions have an open bar.
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References The Da Vinci Code (2006) See more »

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One More Once
Written by Billy Strayhorn
Performed by Alan Pasqua
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Fake everything!
5 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Was there anything authentic on that actress who played "Sara" (the antiques guy's daughter)? The acting certainly wasn't - but the fake teeth, the nose job (michael jackson's plastic surgeon must have worked on it) and the ridiculously heavy makeup (although she probably didn't decide that), gobs of lipgloss over those fake teeth - it was such a fascinatingly inane sight that it was almost impossible to follow the storyline.

Btw, Supernatural actually would be a fun show to watch if the casting were a little more realistic. All those anorexic babes in backwood popsicle stands in Wisconsin and Illinois...


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